What my students ultimately believe, writes the president of Wesleyan University, is none of my business. But they, like all other college students, need to understand what it’s like to be absorbed in robust traditions, including religious ones.
A Mississippi event hall has come under fire after an employee cited “our Christian race” and “our Christian belief” as reasons why it refused to allow a wedding for an interracial couple.
With mass shootings becoming a regular occurrence in the United States and gun control efforts largely stalled in government, it’s worth dissecting which Americans support gun control measures, and how they affiliate religiously -- or don’t.
According to a Gallup report, approval of unions among U.S. adults 64 percent, the highest support level since 2003 and the third year in a row that approval was above 60 percent. A decade ago, support was at its lowest since polling began, at 48
(RNS) — Deconstructing or denouncing one’s faith isn’t new. What is new are statements by those such as author Joshua Harris and Hillsong Worship member Marty Sampson are being made on social media, and the visibility and response they are generating.
CHICAGO (RNS) — Growing across both conservative and progressive denominations, the dinner church movement sees gathering together for a meal itself as worship, rather than just another church potluck after worship.